- Alibaba has taken to social media to address rumours and questions about his marriage
- According to the comedian the rumours started because he was not home during the Christmas and New Year celebrations
- He, however, noted that the period was when he was in isolation due to COVID-19
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Veteran comedian and media personality Alibaba recently took to social media to address a very important issue concerning his home.
In a post which the funnyman shared on his official Instagram page, he stated that he and his wife have gotten calls and messages about the status of their marriage which is still intact.
He continued by saying that the rumours started because he was not home for Christmas and New year celebrations which was due to the fact that he was in isolation.
Alibaba thanked the people who cared enough to reach out and also expressed gratitude to God for winning the battle against COVID-19.
In his words:
"We have gotten calls and messages about the status of our marriage, we are still married and we thank everyone who sent messages and were concerned about the rumour which started because I was not home during Christmas and New Year celebrations. There was no need to explain to everyone that I was in isolation, and we thank God I pulled through. We appreciate your best wishes."
Check out the post below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Alibaba urged the federal government to postpone the Nationa Identification Number (NIN) registration going on in the country over the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
The comedian stressed that whatever purpose the government desires to achieve with the registration process could be achieved after the pandemic might have been put under control.
Alibaba reiterated that coronavirus is real only that many Nigerians do not believe in its existence in the country because of a trust deficit on the part of the government.
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Maymunah Ajetunmobi is a Legit.ng journalist with two years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the University of Ilorin with a Bachelor's Degree in Zoology. Maymunah is an Entertainment Editor because of her passion for writing and media related affairs. She believes in the uniqueness of every individual. Learn more about her on Instagram @munah__a.
Source: Legit Newspaper